Appia Communications Awarded Patent in Network Security Appia Communications announced it had been awarded United States Patent No. 8,132,245 for the underlying technology of AppiaSecure, which combines routing, firewall, and security management functions in a single appliance.
Appia Communications Achieves Milestone in Network Security Patent The managed communication and network services provider Appia Communications announced Thursday that that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has accepted all the company's principal claims for its network security application.
ISSYS Gets Patent On New Resonant Microfluidic Sensor DesignIntegrated Sensing Systems Inc. announced that the U.S. Patent Office has granted it United States patent 7,921,737, for an innovation described as "Microfluidic Device and Method of Operation.”
Jervis B. Webb Gets Patents For Automatic Guided VehiclesFarmington Hills materials handling firm gets patent for automatic truck loading system.
Gentel, Van Andel Institute Claim New Tech For Early Cancer DiagnosisMadison, Wis.-based Gentel Biosciences, a leader in proteomics tools, and the Grand Rapids-based Van Andel Research Institute, a biomedical research institute, jointly announce today the granting of U.S. Patent 7,838,634 for a new method to profile changes in the glycosylation of proteins captured on the surface of an antibody array slide.
NephRx Gets Patent For Peptide In Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseKalamazoo-based NephRx Corp. has been issued of a United States patent for use of its novel growth factor peptide NX002 as a potential treatment for inflammatory bowel disease.
ISSYS Gets Patent For Implantable SensorsYpsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. said Tuesday that it had received a United States Patent for using miniature, wireless, batteryless, implantable sensors anchored within the heart, as well as other organs, for non-invasive monitoring of cardiovascular biological pressures.
Patent Awarded to Edcor Data ServicesTroy-based Edcor, a provider of corporate tuition administration, said Monday that it had been awarded a United States patent for a new scanning verification and tracking system.